About a year ago, Trent Reznor announced that some "nefarious" group had leaked over 400GB of live, high def concert footage onto the internet. Of course, it turned out to be Trent and co. who leaked it.
A year later, and with the help of tons of people, this footage has been packaged and released in a variety of formats:
Blu-Ray - the highest quality output. 1080p High Definition video with 5.1 surround sound (25GB) COMING SOON
Dual Layer DVD - caters to most DVD players. A decent substitute for those without Blu-Ray players (6.5GB) - Also with Rapidshare links.
Standard DVD - The quickest way to get this format is to download the DLDVD and use DVDshrink. Step by step instructions here
720p HD video for computers and Apple TV - (4.5GB) coming soon
720p Playstation 3 - for use on PS3s and computers (3.5GB)
MOV file - 1080p file for playback on computers (9GB)
Megaupload and torrent of 1080p+5.1 audio courtesy of rpimonitrbtch
iPod - perfect for small monitors and on the go (hosting courtesy of Chowderhawk) (1.5GB)
Youtube - 1080p/720p HD & lower resolution streaming videos
Streaming from embedr
It's an amazing testament to the creativity of NIN fans, and what can happen when an artist embraces emerging technology like bittorrent, instead of fighting against it.
Check out This One Is On Us
for more info and downloads.